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pricing and DNS support changes are being negotiated between Verisign and ICANN : technology

pricing and DNS support changes are being negotiated between Verisign and ICANN : technology

Looks like this began previously.

Both sides –

https://blog.verisign.com/domain-names/how-much-could-businesses-and-consumers-save-if-the-benefit-of-com-price-caps-were-passed-along-to-consumers/

https://www.namecheap.com/blog/icann-allows-com-price-increases-gets-more-money/?

Verisign is anxious about secondary market (area warehousers and the ridiculous costs they cost to patrons of pre-registered however not-providing-any-real-service(worth) kind domains) and how patrons (small companies, people) are impacted due to that.

While Verisign’s concern is sensible and appears legit, it isn’t clear how their resolution of eradicating worth cap on wholesale will handle the problem for these patrons.

Instead of banning (or a greater resolution?) secondary market and additionally the domains which are registered however not offering any actual service, it seems, Verisign simply needs to get the share of the pie from secondary market. Their resolution would not appear to be centered on drawback and on patrons impacted by that drawback, however as a substitute on tips on how to profit from that drawback. We doubt and cannot come to a logical conclusion how patrons will profit from it.

Registrars clearly don’t need the competitors and do not wish to lose their margins (99% :O) within the secondary market. If this occurs, they are going to merely cross on the price to finish patrons.

Is anybody actually caring for finish patrons and small companies right here ?

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